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When it comes to the subject of mange, it eventually comes down to the subject of ivermectin. We need to talk about it. So, we’re going to give you a brief flyover view of mange.

  • Ivermectin is marketed under the following labels:  Ivomec, Heartgard, Iverhart Plus, Acarexx. There, now you’ll know it when you see it.
  • Ivermectin is the most commonly-used mange solution. If your pet has any of the customary forms of mange, it is more than likely that ivermectin will be used in the treatment Telt.
  • Ivermectin is among the most effective mange treatments. Since it’s so effective, ivermectin is quite obviously the most common mange treatments. In fact, ivermectin is effective on all varieties of animals who get mange (with the exception of dogs with the MDR1 gene).
  • Ivermectin is fine to use on dogs who are pregnant or nursing.
  • Ivermectin also treats heartworms, lice, intestinal worms, and a variety of others parasites. Although your goal is treat your animal of mange, you will also get rid of some other unwanted pests in the process.
  • Ivermectin is usually administered orally. Unfortunately, it tastes a little bit bitter, so some animals will reject it, unless it’s sweetened up or mixed with something more palatable.
  • Ivermectin does have a few side effects:  dilated pupils, respiratory paralysis, indigestion, nausea.
  • Ivermectin should not be used on young animals, weak animals, or herding dogs. Since ivermectin is a powerful drug, some animals are too young or weak to process it. Also, some varieties of dogs have a gene that creates a potentially fatal side effect with ivermectin. See more on this topic.

Notice: Information on this website should not be substituted for that of a professional Veterinarian. Only your Veterinarian can provide you with advice on what is safe and effective for your pet’s unique needs or diagnose your pet’s particular medical history.